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I will be spending about 5 days split between Alsace
and Lorraine and am looking for restaurant
This past summer I was lucky enough to be in Paris for
a short while, and while there I picked up a copy of
the new(ish) Paris Zagat guide. It was very
interesting to me that restaurants that w...
How are/ what to order, what wines @
nougatine, union sq cafe, payard?
Are Ratner's onion rolls still worth a detour?
ditto bonte eclairs?
cloisters? rockettes? 42nd st library reading room?
Last night I stopped by the Indian takeout counter that
has opened in the old location of Jackson Diner, for
some sweets. I had chaat, a honey-flavored cake that
tastes like somewhere between ba...
Anyone tried it yet, due to formally open Dec 4th. Doing private seatings currently. How about any formal reviews done?
Had lunch at Pearson's this afternoon; it just rams
home what a loss this is. Sat in the back at one of
the steel picnic table, probably for the last time,
and savored the amazing chopped pork ...
Will be attending my cousin's wedding on the Cape in a few weeks and wanted to try some of my ChowHound buddies' fave dining spots.
I'll be staying in the Dennis/Yarmouth area most of the time bu...
i need a unique place for a Christmas party. we want good food and a different, but nice atmosphere. we are looking for more than a room for us to eat in at a restaurant. there will be 15-20 people.
My boyfried and I tried Sienna (formerly Luma). The
food and service was very good. We had soup and salad
to start and braised pork and rib-eye steak. Delicious
and entrees were under $20. Go...
Me and Ellen stopped in for a quick bite last night, on
our way home from long island, at the Hilltop Diner on
Union Turnpike and 164th. We had atrocious chicken soup
and a quite respectable BLT.
One ought to try the soft milky mozzarella made at
Varsi's Deli, on 149th Street near 17th Avenue in
Whitestone. They make meat ravioli with a
kreplach-like filling that is superb. We've boiled ...
I want a really good food restaurant in NYC for a
pre-theater dinner. We tend to like flavorful foods,
often with french or asina influence. Kind of tired of
italian food. We've eaten at alot...
I pass "Luncheonette," on Court near Pacific St. every
day, and it smells GOOD. Has anyone eaten there?
Everyone in there seems to know each other really well,
awhich is daunting. Will they w...
Has anyone eaten here? We're thinking of dining here
for Thanksgiving, mostly for the movie "Hannah and her
Sisters", but the prix fixe dinner at $54 seems pricey.
I was lucky enough to visit Rinconcito Peruano for
lunch today, because they served the very best
vegetable soup I have ever had on their special
lunch. I am not sure what all was in it - it wa...
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For lunch today, I followed up Sietsema's review of
Spring Boy Fouzhou on Allen St, in this week's Voice. I
ate dumpling soup and noodles with peanut sauce. I
would not order the dumpling soup a...
Allan, Jim's told me you're from the neighborhood.. I'm wondering if you've ever been to Cafe Italiano (a spiced up pizzeria basically) in the Rockbottom Shopping Centre on Northern Blvd at 156th ...
I am doing a major gear-shift this year and intend to do Thanksgiving on my own (after reviewing some pretty unsavory alternatives). Wondering what thoughts may strike you as to places that would ...
For the first time (after living there for 20 years and
returning twice yearly ever since) I find myself
looking for a place to have Christmas dinner with my
wife and kids (13 and 10). The kids ...
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